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Man charged with sparking massive fire in Sequoia National Forest by driving off-road

A man was charged Thursday with sparking a wildfire that raged through Sequoia National Forest recently after he drove his car off-road and ignited dead grass with the heat of his catalytic converter.  Angel Gilberto Garcia-Avalos, 29, of Michoacan, Mexico, was reportedly driving off-road illegally...
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